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wordpress, mysql error fix

My client has a wordpress install hosted on a godaddy server below is the conversation I was having with a wordpress moderator. It seems to think that the plugins are in a directory that does not exists. I am looking for someone to either fix the problem in the current installation, or do a server migration to my server re upload the contents of the website as is to the new installation. Please bid on the first, and give me a quote for the second. You will have access to both new and old server for this project.

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I am having an issue adding new plugins to a clients wordpress. All there old plugins are recognized but I cannot add any new ones. They do not show up in the plugins in the admin. Even if I go through the plugin adder in the control panel. I think it is because it thinks the plugin directory on my server is

/var/www/vhosts/[url removed, login to view]

Trouble that file hierarchy does not exist on my server, at least not right now. Where in my wordpress do I go to change what the CMS thinks is the proper plugin folder. I know it will be in the code, but I do not know which php file or database.

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MichaelH

moderator

Posted 4 days ago #

Don't suppose you have it defined in your [url removed, login to view] file with WP_CONTENT_DIR or PLUGINDIR?

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dcgloballlc

Member

Posted 4 days ago #

it didnt do the trick, I added these to the config file

define( 'WP_PLUGIN_DIR', '/wp-content/plugins');

define( 'PLUGINDIR', $_SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'] . '/wp-content/plugins' );

define( 'WP_CONTENT_DIR', '/wp-content');

and it is still a no go. The thing I cant figure out is that some of the plugins in that file work and show up in plugins admin, but even when I go to the plugin directory plugin adder in the admin, I get a file does not exist error when I go to activate after download.

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MichaelH

moderator

Posted 4 days ago #

I wasn't necessarily advocating adding your [url removed, login to view] but rather wondering if you had those 'defines' there...

Are you sure you have the plugins in the proper directory structure within the wp-content/plugins folder...like this for the plugin evermore:

wp-content/plugins/evermore/[url removed, login to view]

wp-content/plugins/evermore/[url removed, login to view]

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dcgloballlc

Member

Posted 4 days ago #

absolutely!

My problem is that on the admin plugin page, the CMS is say it thinks my plugin directory is what was mentioned in my first post. The trouble is that I do not even have a httpdocs directory on my server! I am thinking there has to be something screwy in the code

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